Hillary Clinton Personally Paid ‘Public Employee’ To Manage Her Email Server [Video]

Hillary Clinton Personally Paid ‘Public Employee’ To Manage Her Email Server [Video]

Hillary Clinton personally paid Bryan Pagliano, the former State Dept., employee who invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to give testimony incriminating himself, to maintain her private email server where she conducted official government business as Secretary of State.

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From the Washington Post:

Hillary Rodham Clinton and her family personally paid a State Department staffer to maintain the private e-mail server she used while heading the agency, according to an official from Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The unusual arrangement helped Clinton retain personal control over the system that she used for her public and private duties and that has emerged as an issue for her campaign. But, according to the campaign official, it also ensured that taxpayer dollars were not spent on a private server that was shared by Clinton, her husband and their daughter as well as aides to the former president.

That State Department staffer, Bryan Pagliano, told a congressional committee this week that he would invoke his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination instead of testifying about the setup.

The private employment of Pagliano provides a new example of the ways that Clinton — who occupied a unique role as a Cabinet secretary who was also a former and potentially future presidential candidate — hired staff to work simultaneously for her in public and private capacities.

Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff, and Huma Abedin, a close confidant who served as deputy chief of staff, both spent time working for the State Department, the Clinton Foundation or the Clinton’s personally.


 

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